Vigo

'' (Vigo), ''El Progreso (El Progreso (newspaper))'' (Lugo), ''La Región (La Región (Galicia))'' (Ourense (province of Ourense)), and ''Galicia Hoxe'' – The first daily newspaper to publish exclusively in Galician. Other newspapers of note are ''Atlántico Diario'' in the Vigo metropolitan area, the free ''De luns a venres'' (the first free daily in Galician), the sports paper DxT Campeón, ''El Ideal Gallego'' from A Coruña, the ''Heraldo de Vivero'', the ''Xornal de Galicia'', and the ''Diario de Ferrol''. - align center style "background:#f0f0f0;" '''3''' align left '''Valencia (Valencia, Spain)''' align center Valencia (Valencian Community), Spain align center 809,267   align center style "background:#f0f0f0;" '''13''' align left '''Vigo''' align center Galicia (Galicia (Spain)), Spain align center 297,124 - The Spanish road system is mainly centralized, with 6 highways connecting Madrid to the Basque Country (Basque Country (autonomous community)), Catalonia, Valencia (Valencian Community), West Andalusia (Andalusia), Extremadura and Galicia (Galicia (Spain)). Additionally, there are highways along the Atlantic (Ferrol (Ferrol, Spain) to Vigo), Cantabrian (Oviedo to San Sebastián) and Mediterranean (Girona to Cádiz) coasts. wikipedia:Vigo Commons:Vigo


Santiago de Compostela

local editions and a national edition. Other major newspapers are ''El Correo Gallego'' (Santiago de Compostela), ''Faro de Vigo'' (Vigo), ''El Progreso (El Progreso (newspaper))'' (Lugo), ''La Región (La Región (Galicia))'' (Ourense (province of Ourense)), and ''Galicia Hoxe'' – The first daily newspaper to publish exclusively in Galician. Other newspapers of note are ''Atlántico Diario'' in the Vigo metropolitan area, the free ''De luns a venres'' (the first free daily in Galician), the sports paper DxT Campeón, ''El Ideal Gallego'' from A Coruña, the ''Heraldo de Vivero'', the ''Xornal de Galicia'', and the ''Diario de Ferrol''. Much of the music from the early medieval period is anonymous (Anonymous work). Some of the names may have been poets and lyric writers, and the tunes for which they wrote words may have been composed by others. Attribution of monophonic music of the medieval period is not always reliable. Surviving manuscripts from this period include the Musica Enchiriadis, Codex Calixtinus of Santiago de Compostela, and the Winchester Troper. '''Martin of Tours''' ( WikiPedia:Santiago de Compostela Commons:Category:Santiago de Compostela


Greece

mi abbr on mark, holding a lead of approximately 25–30 seconds, de Lima was halted and grappled by a spectator named Cornelius Horan, a defrocked (defrocking) Irish priest. Horan had previously disrupted the 2003 Formula One British Grand Prix (2003 British Grand Prix) by running onto the Silverstone (Silverstone Circuit) track. Greek spectator Polyvios Kossivas helped free de Lima from Horan's grasp and back into his running. Reuters. http


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